On Cloudflyer Running Shoe (Men's)

Product Details

Support Type Heel-to-Toe Drop (mm) Cushioning

Style: M2199628

The On Cloudflyer Running Shoe is designed for a cushioned and responsive feel in every stride. The CloudTec® sole uses “clouds” that soften impact and provide added spring in each step while Zero-Gravity Foam cushions improve stability and reduce inward rotation. A V-molded heel cup and mesh uppers provide a snug but comfortable fit while the dual-density sockliner and unique star lacing system dial in the fit for improved performance mile after mile.

  • Support Type: Overpronation
  • Heel-to-Toe Drop (mm): 7
  • Average Weight (oz): 10
  • Cushioning: Maximal
  • Wider base provides a larger area underfoot for added stability
  • CloudTec® sole uses Zero-Gravity foam for lightweight cushioning
  • Antimicrobial knit mesh upper is extremely breathable and resists odor
  • No-sew construction eliminates seams eliminates chafing and reduces weight
  • V-molded heel cap supports your ankle while running
  • ON Speedboard™ allows for stable, natural transitions in every stride
  • Midfoot supports and a padded tongue offers support and comfort

Questions and Answers

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"Is the price displayed on your website is in USD or AUD?"
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Question by Piyush on 8/25/2020 - 1:21 am
"The price is displayed as the US Dollar. We hope this information helps! "
Answer by Tina (Peter Glenn Staff) on 8/25/2020 - 2:37 pm
"Do they come in wide withs?"
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Question by Shelly on 3/15/2021 - 4:56 pm
"Unfortunately On Clouds are a narrow shoe and do not come in a wide option. Based upon how wide your foot is, we'd recommend going up a half-size or even a full size from your normal shoe size. We hope this information helps! "
Answer by Rachel (Peter Glenn Staff) on 4/13/2021 - 9:16 am
"Are these shoes good for someone who has had a hip replacement?"
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Question by Mike on 3/14/2022 - 2:23 am
"Thank you for your question! We are not privy to making any suggestions in terms of medical conditions or preferences. We would advise reaching out to your physician to ask if they would recommend these shoes. I hope this information helps!"
Answer by Kristina Lane (Peter Glenn Staff) on 5/3/2022 - 2:20 pm